If you're talking a Windows deployer, fine, since I don't use M$ stuff.
I've got 8 services running in a Docker swarm, and I use Docker from the
fedora repos, so a deployer for my environment would be unusable.
On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 6:11 PM, <lonevikin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll leave that up to Eric out resident Docker expert. But if the file
> format is the same I don't see much problem with supporting that too. One
> idea we had a while back was to created a deployer for Mayan that would
> take care of installing Docker Engine, pull the Mayan image and deploy the
> container. The script would also have data backup and restore commands.
> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 9:54:50 AM UTC-4, Lin Pro wrote:
>> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 2:45:37 AM UTC-6, ericr...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> The Docker image is available from the Docker Hub at:
>> This is great. Thank you for your contribution.
>> I have just recently learned that:
>> "In recent releases, a few things have happened in the Docker world.
>> Swarm mode got integrated into the Docker Engine in 1.12, and has brought
>> with it several new tools. Among others, it’s possible to make use of
>> docker-compose.yml files to bring up stacks of Docker containers, without
>> having to install Docker Compose."
>> "The command is called docker stack, and it looks exactly the same to
>> docker-compose. Here’s a comparison:
>> $ docker-compose -f docker-compose up
>> $ docker stack deploy -c docker-compose.yml somestackname"
>> The side effect is that the YML file has to be of Version 3, not Version
>> "2" or "2.1".
>> "The Docker Stack functionality, is included with the Docker engine. You
>> don’t need to install additional packages (i.e docker-compose, a python
>> project) to use it. Deploying docker stacks is part of the swarm mode. It
>> supports the same kinds of compose files, but the handling happens in Go
>> code, inside of the Docker Engine"
>> Do you think that it would be worth pursuing in the near future that
>> MAYAN-NG should adhere to that version 3 YML specification and be able to
>> be brought up with "docker stack deploy"?
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